National Night Out (NNO) is Tuesday, August 6th and we are looking forward to another evening of fun and conversation with members of our communities. Please join us as we host two "block parties" or consider organizing an activity in your neighborhood.
Now in its 36th year, NNO was created by the National Association of Town Watch to make an organized statement against crime and is always held on the first Tuesday in August. NNO events are held across the country and encourage residents to come out and spend the evening getting to know their neighbors, police officers, fire fighters, and other community organizations.
If your neighborhood is not able to hold an event, then please come on over and join us!
CMPA will host block parties at two locations: in Corte Madera at Menke Park, Redwood and Corte Madera Avenues; or at our San Anselmo station, 525 San Anselmo Avenue. Our parties will run from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. and provide an opportunity to meet and chat with not only CMPA officers, but also our public safety partners from CHP, and the Central Marin and Ross Valley Fire Departments. There will be games for kids, the opportunity to see police and fire vehicles up close, and free hot dogs for all. If you are going to hold an event in your neighborhood, please complete the registration form, including a detailed description of your activities. The NNO event registration form is available here. If you event includes a street closure, you must contact your city or town Public Works Department for a permit.
Please send your completed registration form to Margo Rohrbacher, NNO coordinator, no later than Friday, July 26, 2019. For questions or more information, contact Margo at firstname.lastname@example.org.